You & LMS: Looking for Long-Term "Love"

September 2013
LabTalk;Sep/Oct2013, Vol. 41 Issue 20C, p19
Trade Publication
The article presents 20 questions for a Laboratory Management System (LMS) vendor to sort out the best LMS vendor for the optical lab. It suggests to evaluate whether the entire LMS package was developed and supported by the vendor and to determine whether any lens manufacturer has any service arrangement with the vendor. The article also advises to know whether the LMS vendor is integrated with all freeform, digital lens designs, and how much are the electronic remote order transaction fees.


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